Sandy was great! My husband was a little sceptical about taking the class, but he has barely put his camera down since.
Sandy's patience and enthusiasm are obvious and contagious. We learned a great deal about our cameras and about taking better pictures, in a way that no manual could ever accomplish. Completely worth it. Thank you Sandy! Student, Living Social
Really excellent. Time of practice to listening is well done. Really simplifies what you could find on the internet or your camera manual. And makes you a highly effective photographer in a short time. Student, Groupon I really enjoyed the class last night and I really enjoyed your teaching style. I'm looking forward to continuing to work with you! Julie, New Castle
He was so informative and so patient to explain the detail. I cannot wait to attend the advanced class. Student, Living SocialNothing but good things to say!
Sandy is very professional in his approach and welcomes those of us who want to take our time in learning the basics of professional photography as well as possessing the knowledge for those of us who wish to go far beyond the basics and take photography to a professional level! I have done nothing but speak of ,y experience since I left his studio. Student, Groupon
Thanks for the class, I loved it and you made learning it easy can't wait to work w/ my camera more. Jamie of Enumclaw
Very informative in way most can understand. Looking forward to the advanced class. Student, Living Social
Kyle and I really enjoyed meeting you and having the opportunity to learn from you last night. We both love your style of teaching and are looking forward to future sessions. Jennifer & Kyle, Redmond
I had to send this e mail to thank you for taking your time (yes I know I paid) but I learned, and if you can teach a photography incompetent like me and get me so turned on, I cant imagine what you could do with someone who had some talent to begin with….BUT – you won't find anyone who has more stick to it, enthusiasm, or passion than me – once I understand and really get the message you are trying to impart. Richard of Redmond